Lax enforcement of environmental standards threatens rivers, food supplies.
An environmental watchdog says the computer maker is causing health problems in China.
Chinese authorities further tighten state controls online.
A Chinese court upholds the sentence of a man who said his son was sickened by a tainted vaccine.
Chinese authorities construct a special prison to keep tighter controls over a blind rights lawyer and his family.
Chinese authorities move to further tighten controls on Internet content.
Activists fear the revisions could effectively legitimize forced disappearances.
Footage appears to contradict official denials of involvement in hacker attacks.
Use of arable land and scarce water may stoke social tensions.
Ethnic Mongolians say that China's exploitation of grasslands is behind a wave of social unrest.
An annual U.S. Defense Department report warns that China's increasing military spending risks destabilizing Asia.
Some enjoy new freedoms and opportunities, others want to return.
Chinese addicts report beatings, deaths, in government-backed centers.
Six out of 10 cities in China are found to be susceptible to floods.
The controversial $3 billion development plan aims to convert the area into a 'Mecca' for Buddhists.
U.S. and Chinese players fight on the basketball court as top leaders meet.
Authorities in China's capital shut down schools serving the children of migrant workers.
China plans to sue ConocoPhillips for damages to its ocean ecology.
The U.S. leader is asked to highlight the plight of jailed Chinese dissidents and rights activists during his China visit.
Chinese authorities clean polluted site after netizens voice concerns.
Chinese authorities tell wife that he 'has lost his way home.'
Protesters fear the safety of the plant has been compromised.
The new U.S. ambassador to China receives mixed reactions on his arrival in Beijing.
Experts say additional models of China’s bullet trains may suffer from design flaws.
Authorities touted it as a big tourist spot but the plan was seen by many as being out of touch with current reality.
It stems from a satirical sculpture they made of late Chinese leader Mao Zedong.
China draws on history to train a new generation of officials in loyalty to the Communist Party.
Three generations later, political persecution in China continues.
China's trial deployment of the refurbished vessel comes amid a raging territorial dispute in the region.
Unregulated industries contaminate local water sources, sickening thousands.